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The NEW LinkedIn – Have you seen it?

Posted by on Mar 2, 2017 in Uncategorized

“It’s been a long time, a long time coming But I know a change gonna come, oh yes it will” ~Sam Cooke LinkedIn has updated their platform, have you seen it? For the first few days, I couldn’t find anything! Why can’t I sort my newsfeed? Where are my groups? Where is the “Find Alumni” link? Luckily, LinkedIn guru, Donna Serdula, posted an awesome slide show on all the new changes. Everything I have every learned about LinkedIn, I learned from Donna, so I highly recommend you check out the...

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7 Reasons Why You Should Be On LinkedIn

Posted by on Jun 4, 2015 in Activate Your Career Dreams, Job Search Strategy, Uncategorized

  What? You’re not on LinkedIn yet? What are you waiting for? These seven reasons outline why you should be on the social networking site: 1. Because That’s Where The People Are. Over 95% of all social recruiting efforts are being done on Linkedin! LinkedIn is the number one social network for professionals — and, arguably, the most important website for jobseekers — with more than 347 million members worldwide. Not only are people you know already on the site, but so are people you...

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Do You Need A Career Coach?

Posted by on May 21, 2015 in Activate Your Career Dreams, Career Change, Career Transition, Job Search Strategy, Uncategorized

One of the most recent developments in the job search industry is the evolution of the career coach as an essential component for any top-level job search campaign. We hear about coaches in the media, read about them in resume books, and even see them on Oprah! Five years ago, coaching was a virtually unknown profession. Today, it is evolving at a phenomenal rate. Are you taking advantage of this new trend? Do you know what a career coach is? Could you benefit from the expertise of one? By...

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Someone Needs Your Help: Activate in Your Community

Posted by on Nov 4, 2012 in Uncategorized

With the devastation of Hurricane Sandy, we are all trying to figure out how we can help those affected.  Donate money, give blood, hold a clothing drive or volunteer our time.  Something, anything makes a huge difference to those who have suffered a tragedy. As I continue to build my business, I am very fortunate to work for a national nonprofit that has a huge volunteer workforce.  All of the volunteers have the opportunity to take a variety of  courses to help them in their service to...

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